On the employment of disabled people in industry VS factory whistles (good) VS industrial scenes, workers punching in Laboratory technician with two hooks for hands addresses camera Many good shots to be logged.
"We can lose what we have in America by a lack of interest in our government, a lack of training needed to recognize false promises and false leaders, an indifference to federal subsidy and control of community activities, and a lack of incentive for greater progress." Anti-communist film. Skeletal entry favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Stock shots to be logged historical (antiquated) war footage hand taking musket off wall Explosion in front of suburban houses (good) VS bombing and wreckage in Europe POV bombs falling from plane VS citizens on watch for airplanes VS CUs various angles of people talking on telephone and telephone operators with headsets and microphones Radio studio VS montage of radios Mother and son extinguishing incendiary flare that falls through roof into house attic (sequence) VS civil defense... favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Sitcom style story, color industrial starring Julie Bishop, Tommy Kirk and others. Contains: good scenes of typical American family life circa 1955. Really good color. Rich uncle Aldo comes to visit. kid rides bike thru suburbs with dog. Family eating dinner, family picnic, family argues about money. $ Where does it go?? Junior earns $ by selling fresh eggs. Very good film!!! favoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
"We can lose what we have in America by a lack of interest in our government, a lack of training needed to recognize false promises and false leaders, an indifference to federal subsidy and control of community activities, and a lack of incentive for greater progress." Anti-communist film. Skeletal entry
This film was produced to justify the bracero program to the general public, especially American citizens in California who were threatened by the influx of workers over the border from Mexico. It expresses the viewpoint of agribusiness and large farmers. Good footage of agriculture in California, food production and food processing. 03:00:00:16 CU of harvested wheat on the ground Camera pans up to combine harvester then driver, looking behind him at wheat being harvested by machine CU combine...
Great industrial stock shots: mining, factory, mill, spinning globe, laboratory, test labs, minerals. Beautifully shot industrial production. Woman in 1950s-style kitchen. Periodic table of elements. Titanium dioxide paint. High quality industrial! Good spinning globe at 02:03:44:00. Some water damage to emulsion, which makes good effect.
"How well we manage our natural resources, our human energy and our tools determines how well we live in America. Despite our great productive power we still have many problems, which are more apt to be solved by free men exercising their personal and economic freedoms under a limited government than by those who would invoke a Master Plan administered by a Master State." Anti-communist film.
Some good shots to be logged.Telephones World War II home front Man tells the story of American communications from Gray & Barton, Edison and Bell and the first companies of Western Electric and Bell up through the role of communication technology in World War II. Great historical reenactment footage of the early figures in telegraph and telephone technology. 19:01:25:22 MS bald man wearing a suit and round glasses addresses camera �If you want the real story of what we�re doing today,... favorite ( 1 reviews )
DEMONSTRATES HOW LIGHTNING IS PHOTOGRAPHED FOR RESEARCH PURPOSES. Story of scientists who study real and artificial lightning. Stock shots: dogs and cats being rained upon; storms; fake cave man; recreation of Ben Franklin's experiment; elevator dial moves; Empire State Building; longshot; lightning trap; machines which measure and record the time duration and varying currents of any lightning stroke which may hit the building; high-speed cameras designed to photograph lightning bolts;... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
PRESENTS THE MICHIGAN DUNES TO THE GRAND TETONS OF WYOMING. SHOWS MOUNT RUSHMORE IN S. DAK'S BLACK HILLS, MINNESOTA'S IRON RANGE, LINCOLN'S HOME, TOM SAWYER'S HABITAT & MANY OTHER BEAUTIFUL SCENES IN 10 MIDWESTERN STATES. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topic: fixme
Tells the story of improvements and better ways of life which have come into being during the last one hundred years. The story centers around a life insurance agent as portrayed by Alan Ladd. 06:27:10:22 CU grandfather clock reads 12:00; camera pans down to woman dropped off by boyfriend wearing suit, woman tries to sneak upstairs past grandfather working at desk but trips on staircase; grandfather walks up to young woman smoking pipe; girl mockingly says to grandfather “What are you doing... favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Attempts to instruct young officers on the emotional lives of the men under their command and how it affects their performance in the Navy. Troops drilling Animation: getting up in the morning, alarm clock, man taking shower. man waiting in traffic jam; boss yelling at man; of Naval insignia; an animated human figure depicted as being on a giant scale moving to and fro as it goes in and out of balance. emotions: disgust; drunkenness; Navy classroom; Iwo Jima Statue; fixing machinery; animation... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Singers Lucille and Johnny, whose radio show is sponsored by Oldsmobile, are invited to visit the Olds factory to see why the product is superior. While touring the plant, Johnny becomes concerned that another visitor is a Martian spy dedicated to subverting Earth's autonomy. Some might call this film a McCarthyite allegory; others a slow-moving plant tour. Story: Gordon Miller. Camera: John Niklasch. Sound: Ray Esh. Editor: John Cook. Director: Lewis D. Collins. With Lucille and Johnny... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Automobiles: Advertising, Automobiles: Manufacturing, Cold War
Illustrates techniques for extraction of salt from the sea and from land. Tells the historical role of salt and its uses in national defense, industry, agriculture and home. Story of salt, uses of salt in industry and the home. Mining and recovery of salt by evaporation. Voiceovers: "Today, salt enters into almost 14,000 different uses." Stock shots: globe spinning; salt crystals; many rows of salt shakers seen from overhead; laboratory; electrolysis occuring; Morton Salt plant, salt...
Auto dealer sales film explaining why trade-ins are necessary -- because almost all customers already have cars. Director: Jack Tilles. Writer: George Wilcock. Camera: John Niklasch. Sound: Raymond Esh. Art Director: Edward Jewell. Editor: Foster Travis. With Hugh Beaumont (Joe Thorne), Glen Denning (Herb Potter), Frances Helm (Charlotte), Ed Prentiss (Mr. Fuller), Barry Hopkins (Mr. Thaler), Art Van Harvey (Mr. Armstrong), and Hope Summers (Mrs. Armstrong). favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 6 reviews ) Topics: Automobiles: Sales, Sales: Training
Instructional film for telephone business office cashiers (tellers) who interact with the public, with a heavy dose of period sexism. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 12 reviews ) Topics: Occupations: Clerical, Occupations: Customer service, Communication: Telephone
Produced to justify the bracero farm labor program to the general public, especially American citizens in California who felt threatened by the influx of workers over the border from Mexico. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Mexican Americans, Occupations: Agriculture, California: History and culture